College Football

Major Renovation Planned For Home Of Memphis Football

The university and the City of Memphis are pursuing plans for a $150-200 million facelift to Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium.

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New Big 12 Schools Negotiating AAC Settlement Up to $20M

The settlement would allow Cincinnati, Houston, and UCF to join the Big 12 a year earlier, in 2023. BYU is already set to join next year.

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Mario Cristobal’s $7.9M Mansion Matches Gargantuan Coaching Contract

In December, Mario Cristobal inked a reported 10-year, $80 million contract with the University of Miami. Now, he has a mansion to match.

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There's a New Betting Favorite for No. 1 NFL Draft Pick

Georgia defensive end Travon Walker has gone from a long shot to the projected top overall selection in this week’s NFL Draft.

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ESPN Has $400M At Risk in College Football Playoffs

ESPN could lose around $400 million in ad revenue if there are more College Football Playoff cancellations.

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Four Bowl Games Canceled So Far

College football bowl games are joining professional sports and college basketball teams in pandemic-related cancellations.

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NIL Marketplaces Go Local

NIL companies are going local.

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A Troubling Trend

The coaching carousel has made one thing clear: When it comes to running a top college football program, there’s always money to go around. That’s struck a nerve with athlete advocates.

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Head Coaches’ New Jobs

In the past few days, two of the Power 5’s most successful programs have lost their head coaches to ailing — though rich — teams. And schools that took them are throwing around more money than ever before. 

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The Push for Expansion?

The CFP is getting heavily criticized even after releasing preliminary rankings — which added to ballooning skepticism about the legitimacy of the four-team playoff.

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